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>> rose: welcome to our program. tonight, the phenomenon of social networks. facebook alone, 500 million users, what does it mean, and where is it going? we talk to ken auletta, david kirkpatrick, and michael malone. and in washington the gavel passes to a new speaker of the house, we will talk to bryan williams who has interviewed john boehner. and finally, the job numbers and the economy, we talk to steve pearlstein of the washington post. facebook, a new leader in washington, the economic recovery, and the search for new jobs when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. maybe you want school kids to have more exposure to the arts. maybe you want to provide meals for the needy. or maybe you want to help when the unexpected happens. whatever you want to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer, or donate for the causes you believe in at membersproject.com. take charge of making a difference. >> additional funding provided by these funders. and by bloomberg. a provider of multimedia news services
or facebook will share sells to the public. analysts like jeremiah owyang get paid to figure out the difficult stuff. he tries to figure out what it all means, like how a company can keep its marketing on message in an age of leaked videos and leverage twitter into something that contributes to profit. and the role of the social strategist, someone inside of your company in charge of getting your message out to the world. jeremiah owyang, is partner at altimeter group. strategist is not a word he particularly likes, he wrote on his blog. i don't care whether ipad 2 has a camera. what is ahead in 2011? >> because you are not an analyst. >> i do more than what an analyst does. sarah is not a blogger, she is a writer. i have don't research. that is the core of what we have done. adoption and spending will go up single digit growth in 2011. >> we would expect more. facebook is huge, twitter is huge. higher twitter people. >> the amount of funding coming into the technology space is absolutely happening, but the adoption by corporations and the money they spend is minuscule. >> what do you think ab
social network sites like facebook and twitter have played a crucial role in popular uprisings in the arab world. we'll have an exclusive reaction from one of the co-founders of facebook ahead on "the last word." to my grandkids, i'm nana. i'm friend, secret-keeper and playmate. do you think i'd let osteoporosis slow me down? so i asked my doctor about reclast because i heard it's the only once-a-year iv osteoporosis treatment. he told me all about it and i said that's the one for nana. he said reclast can help restrengthen my bones to help make them resistant to fracture for twelve months. and reclast is approved to help protect from fracture in many places: hip, spine, even other bones. [ male announcer ] you should not take reclast if you're on zometa, have low blood calcium, kidney problems. or you're pregnant, plan to become pregnant or nursing. take calcium and vitamin d daily. tell your doctor if you develop severe muscle, bone or joint pain, of if you have dental problems, as rarely jaw problems have been reported. the most common side effects include flu like symptoms,
complaints about inappropriate material. >> reporter: and yet on facebook today, more than 1,000 people supported captain honors just like they did at his home port. >> i did not find them offensive in any way. i felt like he was doing it just to boost ship's morale and that was it. >> reporter: ward carroll, who was an instructor with honors, says he understands why his crew supports him. >> he's a fantastic guy. he's a community icon in the f-14 community, known for his professionalism in the airplane and his ja what da veev out of the airport. >> reporter: as much as he had personal regard for honors, carroll does not hesitate to say what honors did was wrong. >> there's no doubt that he was way over the line in terms of the language used, in terms of the atmosphere created, in terms of the, you know, the humor. >> reporter: the "enterprise" is supposed to set sail in a few weeks but it is doubtful captain honors will be on board, diane. >> we heard him say an icon, fantastic, any more insight at the pentagon into what he was thinking? >> reporter: well, i think he was probably tryin
guest this week. and legal correspondent howard mintz on the long, strange case of who invented facebook. our reporters from dow jones venture wire debra gauge and the bbc's maggie shield this week on "press: here." good morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew. yes, a blind dinner party where no one knows anyone else or an out-of-work ninja sounds something like a sitcom, well, they sort of are. but they started life as ads ont li craigslist. >> hello, craigslist! i am the black ninja! >> help from a ninja. >> where is the ninja? >> ninja's gone. >> yes, there really is a guy looking for work as a ninja. >> saw it on craigslist and then for hire offering to work for free. i did not think he was for real. >> balancing is what ninjas do best. >> and yes, he really did post an ad on kras craigslist. >> subway plus starbucks equals sex machine. >> so, too, did these young ladies who posted an ad to craigslist misconnection section, looking for a hot guy they saw at a subway sandwich shop. >> how to describe him? >> a shock of robust dark hair. >> tight pants. ? and lips like ang lelina jolie' br
facebook page about the storm.anne wrote- "i'm stuck on milford mill with a 5 month old baby boy who's hungry. been here for 4 hrs. i'm debating melting snow for his formula...this is ridiculous." ridiculous."our facebook fans actually rallied to help anne. our fans say they inundated 9-1-1 with calls and emergency crews found her and her baby.. and they are safe this morning. morning.how is the storm affecting you?you can join the conversation on our facebook page.. at facebook dot com slash foxbaltimore. coming up... our coverage of this devastating storm continues. meteorologist steve fertig tells you exactly how much snow you're waking up to in your neighborhood.. after the b. break. ((break 1)) 3 how long do you think it will take you to dig out your car this morning?take that number.. and triple it. neighborhoods are a mess.. and getting to work.. only if you absolutely have to.. is going to take a long.. long time. time.meteorologist emily gracey is live in towson with the latest conditions there. there. ((2-shot toss to weather)) ((ad lib meteorologist)) 3 ((traffic reporter
facebook page about anything you want. want.let us know what's on your mind-- and your response could air in our "facebook feedback" segment. segment.just go to ffcebook dot com slash foxbaltimore to become a fan and join the conversation. 3 3 mpa fiber map maryland schools brace for possible cuts.there's a chance, we could see, up to &pfive percent cut in state funding.in baltimore county... that means class sizes could &pget bigger again.megan gilliland is live with more on why they're feeling the pinch already. good morning patrice,this is rodgers forge elementary school in baltimore county... parents say it was so over populated last year that some kids, were taught in portable classrooms.they say, things got better, when baltimore county opened west towson elementary.but now they're being told things might go back to the way they were.a scenario happening throughout the county. county.the reason behind it all... money.schools superintendent, joe hairston announced his proposed budget cuts... including a freeze on filling nearly 200 teacher vacancies.less teachers mean bigger class si
investment in social networking giant facebook from andrew ross sorkin of the "new york times." >> woodruff: jeffrey kaye reports on the dire health conditions facing southern sudan as it prepares for a vote on independence. >> reporter: most people have no access to health care so the challenge is not so much to improve the system. it's to create one. >> ifill: we examine the costs and consequences as >> ifill: then we examine the costs and consequences as millions of baby boomers turn 65. >> woodruff: plus paul solman looks at the job prospects for recent college graduates, who got their degrees in the midst >> once they look at of the recession. and figure i've been out of college for a while it becomes an issue, a tainted issue. why have other people overlooked you? >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> oil companies have changed my country. >> oil companies can make a difference. >> we have the chance to build the economy. >> create jobs, keep
public safety and technology. facebook is teaming up with advocates who worked keep your children safe by putting amber alerts and hands of half a billion facebook users worldwide. gail pennybacker has more. >> it would show up in your news feed. >> putting amber alerts on facebook creates an unlimited amount of potentials in the desperate search to find a missing child. this 18-year-old said she will sign up on her facebook page. aside from providing critical information about a child in danger, it targets those who stand to be the most vulnerable to adoption, young girls. >> then maybe they will do this and it will trickle down. >> it is another system that is beginning to be effective in getting the word out. >> virginia was at the forefront of getting the amber alert out. the information about and abduction of a 12-year-old roanoke girl was put up on the virginia state facebook page. the job was later recovered by somebody who had seen her image -- the child was later recovered by somebody who had seen her image. >> and expands the rich and impact of the life-saving amber alerts. >
but there is no safety concern for the public. >>> paulo alto facebook is growing so large so fast it is preparing to move. right now facebook is headquartered at the stanford research park. facebook has informed the city that the campus is too small and facebook is eyeing the former son microsystem campus. >> facebook is going through the roof and they will need over 1 million additional square feet of additional space. they are not that many places in this local area that can accommodate that. >> according to published reports, goldman sachs is going to invest about $500 million into facebook which will help push the company's value to $50 billion. >>> a neighborhood in the san ramon hills is on alert following several mountain lion sightings be the most recent was this morning. a couple said they spotted a mountain lion sitting under the same tree on these three times in the past week. experts say that mountain lion attacks on humans are rare but advise people not to approach the animals. >>> it may be against the law but police say their hands are tied. a proliferation in one part of san franc
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on their computer screens. facebook, twitter has evolved. >> here tonight to show us how this evolved online is nicholas thompson, social media expert and senior editor at the "new yorker" magazine. can you show us how people are reacting to president mubarak's comments tonight? >> they aren't reacting that well. i've just gone on twitter and we've gone to -- a number of hashtags you can look at. you can go on twitter and type in hashtag egypt. you'll see a constant stream of comments. so we have three minutes ago, unrest continues to grow. obama tells mubarak to deliver promised reforms. throughout the day we've seen people are standing up against the tanks. mubarak is giving a speech. i'll wake up tomorrow in a free country. as you watch these pages and the tweets scroll in you have this immense feeling of excitement. it's not as on the ground today because the internet has been shut down so a lot of it is westerners talking about what they are hearing. but it's still pretty amazing to watch this. >> aren't people making phone calls or they could -- >> people were making land line phone ca
and your e-mail, amazon a facebook photos can be exposed in seconds. nbc's vicky nguyen reports. >> reporter: is this your hotmail inbox? >> yes, it is. >> i'm actuallyn your facook page right now on myomputer. it's a little surprising that u're on my page. >> reporter: is this your facebook page? >> yes. >> reporter: these are your photos? >> yes. >> reporter: you're a nurse at stanford uversity? >> mm-hmm. >> reporter: we've never met any these people, but within seconds ofetting onto a shared wi-fi network, we were inside their personal accounts. not only could we see their online activity, we cod command it. >> howid you get that? >> reporter: we sidejacked them usg a program called fire shoot. we could work alonide them inside their accounts without being detected. i can be you on your facebook i ca change your profile information. i can post status updates, send messages to your friends. >> that's a little disturbing. it lets me mpose a message at you. >> yeah, it's kind of scary because peoe can hack into your account and really mess with your information. reporter: fire
and that means it's your turn to sound off on our facebook page about anything you want. want.let us know what's on your mind-- and your response could air in our "facebook feedback" segment. segment.just go to facebook dot com slash foxbaltimore to become a fan and join the conversation. 3 3 fiber map maryland schools brace for possible cuts.there's a chance, we could see, up to five percent cut in state funding.in baltimore county... that means class sizes could get bigger again.megan gilliland is live with more on why. good morning patrice,this is rodgers forge elementary school in baltimore county... parents say it was so over populated last year that some kids, were taught in portable classrooms.they say, things got better, when baltimore county opened west towson elementary.but now they're being told things might go back to the way they were.a scenario happening throughout the county. the reason behind it all... money.schools superintendent, joe hairston announced his proposed budget cuts... including a freeze on filling nearly 200 teacher vacancies. less teachers mean bigger class sizes
to turn back the clock in the coming congress. but first, is facebook really worth $50 billion and how do you assign value to everybody in the world being connected to each other? and more importantly, how do we harness that value? we'll talk about. it's me. girl's weekend. hey, thanks so much for swapping cars with me. no problem. is there gas in it? yeah, um, you got plenty. and the oil? oil is good to go. tires? all four tires. full of air. now only if i could get the keys... i could start it for you too. ok now you're just showing off. available on most cadillac models. onstar. safely connecting you in ways you never thought possible. live on. >>> here's a status update. facebook now worth an estimated $50 billion. the gentlemen at goldman sachs, so sure of the site's future that they are investing $450 million in facebook and planning to raise another billion and five from their clientele. on top of that, another 50 million from a russian company sparking the debate on how much facebook will be worth in a public market. but the bigger question is this. how do you put a price tag on t
at the ntsb recommendation. >> facebook's reported $500 million in funding from goldman sachs. and if that coaster? analysts say that this kobe at the will have a value of 50 dublin dollars, and if that >> facebook reported 500 coming dollars in funding from goldman sacks. if that goes through? analysts say that this will have a face fell of $50 billion. >> off face v of $50 billion, a secondary tracing market with wealthy investors before they go public. and hoping to score big when they do. >> we don't really know until the public gets out into the market. with yahoo, and all of these other peers and get training to see exactly how the market is going to value them. and right now, with the validated interest in facebook. >> and if you wonder that if facebook makes money? they are profitable, they make more than they spend. and e- marketer, is estimating that they make 2 billion per year. in on lights online- applications, and revenue. - and with ken facebook attack a tech company? taking up too much investment money and not making enough? can that bubble burst? >> and with a
, facebooks, youtubes, twitter, et cetera. we're making more and more strides and spending more and more time and efforts on having a presence in this arena. one of the things that we're learning, as many other organizations are learning, is the demographics, who uses these sites. it's not just young kids anymore. the largest growing demographic in social networking are folks between the age of 35 and 40 now. many folks think myspace and facebook and youtube and think you all, but in reality the fastest growing group are people more my age demographic. i'm sad to say that i'm no longer in your age demographic. there are over 400 million users of social networking world wide. as far as nra, we have almost 700,000 friends on facebook. we have almost 10,000 friends on myspace. we have 4,100 followers on twitter which is a new venture for us. our youtube channel, the nra channel, where we post almost 300 videos, we have 11,000 subscribers that log in 57bd check out various videos and political ads we have running. this has been yet another way for us to deliver information to folks who are more f
are sounding off on our facebook page about the storm. juanita wrote "i finally got home after almost 7 hours sitting on i-83!!!" 83!!!"how is the storm affecting you?you can join the conversation on our facebook page.. at facebook dot com slash foxbaltimore. coming up... our coverage of this devastating storm continues. meteorologist steve fertig tells you exactly how much snow you're waking up to in your neighborhood.. after the break. ((break 1)) several cars are still abandoned on interstate 83. joel d. smith is live in north baltimore with an update on how those people struggled to move at all after hours of sitting in cars running out of gas. good morning joel d. good morning patrice.... (ad lib) bad now, but last night was viscious. the back up lights lit up interstate 83 for hours, with no one moving ... (ad lib) you saw how many people ended up at local hotels... they are fine now, but listen to what they had to go through to get there. 3 3 ((2-shot toss to weather)) ((ad lib meteorologist)) 3 ((traffic reporter ad libs))map emily map 50 at 97 map 95 at 100 map 3 still to come...
us live on the phone right now... good morning. 3 peopleeare sounding off on our facebook page about the storm.rachel wrote "send out the reserves, hummers... anything!" anything!"how is the storm affecting you?you can join the conversation on our facebook page.. at facebook dot com slash foxbaltimore. coming up... president obama takes his economic message on the road... what he says needs to happen... for the u-s to become a leader in innovation. you're watching fox 45 morning news.. all local.. all morning. ((bump out)) 8hñ' @ how long do you think it will take you to dig out your car this morning?take that number.. and triple it. neighborhoods are a mess.. and getting to work.. only if you absolutely have to.. is going to take a long.. long time. time.meteorologist emily gracey is live in rodgers forge with the latest conditions there. there. ((2-shot toss to weather)) 3 3 map meg map providence map 100 map 50 at 97 coming up... abandoned cars ...unplowed streets... traffic gridlocks...what's being done to help stranded drivers??the maryland emergency management agency weighs
. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 27 degrees outside, 4:37. >> still ahead, how facebook helps police find missing children and how you can get involved. >> the local tributes to the lives lost in the deadly earthquake in haiti. lives lost in the deadly earthquake in haiti. >> data will have the more bold flavor!onds! more variety! more value! more of what you want... not what you don't. blue diamond almonds. (play-by-play announcer) it's up and it is... good! more than a snack. >>> thursday morning, adam caskey with your forecast. temperatures in the 20's. wind gusts over 30 miles an hour or. we have wind chills in the teens and almost 10 degrees in a few locations. 25 in the district and huntingtown. martinsburg's right now at 25. wind chills make it feel like the teens. here's a look at today's forecast. cold and blustery today, wind gusts at 30 miles an hour from time to time with high temperatures near freezing. afternoon wind chills in the low 20's. less windy tonight, temperatures in the teens. tomorrow morning there could be agreed dusting of snow, or early tomorrow morning. otherw
totally stabbed her boy end from after he would not let her see her facebook profile. she is seen here and says she accidentally cut her live in lover in the by accept. not clear in why? he was trying to block her from seeing his facebook page. even now they are facebook friends. we go to bear in a bucket. bib? >> if he woo just get all four paws in at once. >> so cute after that. we cut it off. they get eaten alive. >> killed by a mama grizzly. >> jesse, why are they still friended? it makes no sense. >> i don't know anything about facebook. you remember how great it was when there was myspace? it was a simpler time. the only thing you have had to worry about was you meet a girl who is schizophrenic and -- but nobody got stabbed. >> you would find out and still date them. >> there would be some bad touching and unwarranted sodomy, but you always got ice cream and nobody got stabbed. it was simpler times. >> are you surprised there are not as many nice play accidents? >> no, i am not surprised at all. let's not blame it on the facebook or on the alcohol. >> did you really just do that?
of silence, palin hit back with a video posted under facebook page. >> you are free to debate a vision. if you don't like their ideas come you're free to propose better ideas. but within hours of the tragedy unfolding, journalists and pundits should not manufacture a blood libel that serves only to incite the very hatred and violence that they purport to condemn. that is reprehensible. >> that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. what did you think of sarah palin's remarks in response to the shootings in tucson? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. the mayor has ordered an outside investigation into the shooting that left two people dead, including a police officer. >> the police union is calling the move premature. kim dacey is live with the details. >> mayor stephanie rawlings- blake said she is very concerned about the police-involved shooting early sunday morning. two people were killed, including william torbit. 41 shots were fired after a fight outside select lounge in downtown baltimore.
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or selling? that's the argument over facebook's latest marketing tool. it allows corporate sponsors to attach your facebook profile to their products. abc7's lisa amin go legion is here with the story -- lisa amin go legion knows about the story. >> reporter: it allows you to share your stories about a product or a store. now they are giving corporate sponsors access to your likes through a new feature called sponsored stories. >> it is your friend saying, look, i did this. i want to tell you about it. >> that's how facebook is promoting the newest feature. it is called sponsored stories. it essentially takes a product or a place you like and tells everyone on your friends list about it. but what's new is is your posting will look like an advertisement on the right side of the screen with your photo and your comment. along with the product's brand name or logo. >> in the on-line world, the company can't take your picture and put it on a billboard without your permission. >> the concern here is that it makes the individual look like a corporate spokesperson. >> jim dempsey is with the public p
the money? we'll tell about you that, and cashing in on social media. facebook hits another milestone. only matched by one other website. chuck, what do you have? >> we had a little brit of snow early this morning, across northern maryland. those snowflakes are gone, there's a concern there may be more snowflakes in the coming days, i'll detail that part of the forecast in a few minutes. >> coming up in sports, the wizards trying to end their road woes maybe. the hoyas knock off one of the beasts of the east today. up in philadelphia, and at the all-star skills competition, alex ovechkin chose his best and worst. >>> tonight we're getting a new look at yesterday's deadly bank robbery in tacoma park. this is videotape in a pizza shop next to the bank. you can see the robber walking in front of the business with the hostage. you can see the dye pack exploding inside that bag of money stolen from inside the bank. >> he went outside and he heard someone screaming. >> he saw one of the bank employees from next door, capital one screaming for help saying they are robbing the bank. >> the suspect
's called the facebook effect. does seeing all those happy posts from friends make you feel less happy about your life? this morning, a new study has some calling facebook the anti-social network. >>> you know, i think i had facebook envy over the winter holiday when i was supposed to be away and i got stuck here. i was at home, seeing all my friends having fun in miami beach. or wherever they were. >> i get life envy if i watch your posts. nonstop glamour. >> that is lame. you must have a boring life. >> she's modest. >>> also coming up this morning, the pastor and the ipad. man of god. trying to set up a sting with his ipad. >>> we begin with the crisis in egypt. americans are told the get out of egypt as soon as possible. the u.s. government has not ordered evacuations. our own jake tapper reports the white house is pressuring the president to lift emergency law and fully restore cell and internet service. al jazeera says it was ordered today to shut down its bureau there. alex marquardt is in cairo with the latest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. once again, thousa
, as if facebook weren't successful enough, goldman sachs just invested another $500 million in the company. when we come back, we'll find out why. stay with us. >> a company with 600 million users worldwide, probably headed to a billion or 2 billion. people are building their lives around it. it's not like a news site that you visit and you leave. people are actually building their entire lives about it. so the bet is, not only advertising revenue, but commerce revenue and other opportunities will flow out of that. we can bring the whole gang. is caesar home? we get double miles every time we use our card, no matter what we're buying. thank you! thank you very much! [ garth ] it's hard to beat double miles! if anyone objects, let them speak now or forever hold their... [ bleats ] [ male announcer ] get the venture card from capital one. money magazine's best rewards card if you aim to rack up airline miles. what's in your wallet? cannonball!! [ clang ] hey tough guy, that cold needs alka seltzer plus! it has the cold-fighting power of an effervescent packed in a liquid-gel for all over relief! h
. >>> speaking of playing games, facebook's plan to sell your private info. and the revelations that those angry birds are popping on your privacy. all the news and commentary now on "countdown." >>> good evening from new york. this is tuesday, january 18th. 658 days until the 2012 presidential election. the republican don kihoti is promising to repeal health care and they got their time in the imaginary sun this afternoon. basking in the pretend warmth they revealed their attack. aus is at a time an old trick and two, warn that the reform was written by the greatest threat to our or any other nation. smart people! but so it begins. seven hours of debate over two days with a purely symbolling repeal vote due tomorrow and in the category of unintentionally funding for the ages and telling. the prize goes to republicans speaking off the house floor at the gop's repeal news conference. congressman lou gomert damning those smart people who wrote the affordable care act. >> you need to understand how insidious this bill is. this was written by smart people hoping that there would only be a few things
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